Rachel joins Redditch Conservatives team to celebrate #HighStreetSaturday

To mark High Street Saturday (March 16th), Rachel joined the Redditch Conservatives team in the town centre to talk to residents about ambitious plans to unlock Redditch’s full potential. High Street Saturday is a new national campaign day to celebrate the place of...

Health Secretary pledges more money for the Alex

Health Secretary Matt Hancock has pledged Worcestershire will receive its fair share from the £20billion NHS funding boost after Rachel Maclean, MP for Redditch County, brought him to Worcestershire Royal Hospital. On Thursday, March 7th, Rachel and the MP for...

Spring Statement includes innovative announcements as well as showing robust economy

Rachel hailed the Chancellor’s Spring Statement yesterday (Wednesday, 13 March) as a plan for a bright future. An extra £100 million is to be made available to police forces in England and Wales in the next year to pay for additional overtime targeted specifically on...

Rachel joins Dogs Trust in calling for an end to Puppy Smuggling

This week Rachel joined Dogs Trust and 10 other cross-party MPs to deliver a book of MP pledges to 10 Downing Street. Rachel is pleased to be one of 137 MPs to have pledged their support to Dogs Trust’s campaign to end the illegal importation of dogs into Great...

Rachel calls on health ministers to ‘step-up’ and address Trust’s ‘serious failings’

Following another disappointing CQC report into Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust, Rachel Maclean, MP for Redditch County, once again met with the Hospitals Minister to discuss the findings. Last night (March 5th), Rachel met with Stephen Hammond, Minister of...

Get in touch with Rachel

You can contact Rachel Maclean MP on a wide range of issues. All messages from constituents are responded to within 14 days.

What can my MP help with?

Subscribe for Email Updates from Rachel

I want to keep in touch with you about what I’m doing on your behalf as the Member of Parliament for Redditch County. Email is a quick and easy way – just sign up using the form below.

Your data will be kept secure in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018. Your email address may be shared with the Conservative Party and its representatives for the purposes of democratic engagement. It will not be shared with anyone else. 

If you want to contact me about an issue please click here to send me a message.

* indicates required

Rachel Maclean MP for Redditch will use the information you provide on this form to keep in touch with you and to provide updates and marketing. Please let her know all the ways you would like to hear from her:

The information you provide will be used for these purposes only, and will be used only by the Conservative Party; including its candidates, representatives and associations. We will not give information to anyone else, and it will be easy to withdraw your consent at any time.

We use Mailchimp as our marketing platform. By clicking below to subscribe, you acknowledge that your information will be transferred to Mailchimp for processing. Learn more about Mailchimp's privacy practices here.

Is Rachel your MP?

Lets get first aid & CPR training taught in schools

Rachel Maclean

Rachel Maclean

Member of Parliament for Redditch County

About Rachel

A Midlands girl, Rachel went to the local comprehensive school and is a working Mum with four grown up children and a rescue dog, Phoebe. She’s a Midlands girl born and bred… [Read More]

Contacting Rachel Maclean MP

Telephone Enquiries

01527 591 334

You can usually expect your call to be answered between 9am and 5pm from Monday to Friday, however please leave a message if there is no answer and your call will be returned as soon as possible.

Redditch Office

Grosvenor House,
Prospect Hill,
B97 4DL

Westminster Office

House of Commons,

Rachel can help you with a wide range of issues, or may be able to signpost you to the most appropriate service. To get started please email [email protected]

Please ensure you provide your address in your correspondence as strict Parliamentary procedures mean Rachel can only help those who live inside her constituency.